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Hunter, Hunted: When The World Catches On Fire, How Do Predators Respond?
Hunter, Hunted: When The World Catches On Fire, How Do Predators Respond?
by Euan Ritchie, et al
2019 might well be remembered as the year the world caught fire. Some 2.9 million hectares of eastern Australia have…
Wildfires Have Reshaped Life On Earth Before. They Could Do It Again
Wildfires Have Reshaped Life On Earth Before. They Could Do It Again
by Mike Lee
The catastrophic bushfires raging across much of Australia have not only taken a huge human and economic toll, but also…
A Call on Every Major City in the World to Divest From Climate-Destroying Fossil Fuels
A Call on Every Major City in the World to Divest From Climate-Destroying Fossil Fuels
by Jessica Corbett
Mayors Bill de Blasio of New York and Sadiq Khan of London on Tuesday urged every major city in the world to divest…
Rising Eco-anxiety Means We Should Address Mental Health Alongside Food Security
by Laxmi Prasad Pant
For over a quarter of a century, United Nations climate negotiations have failed to reach a legally binding treaty.
Animal Response To A Wildfire is Astounding. These Are The Tricks They Use To Survive
Animal Response To A Wildfire is Astounding. These Are The Tricks They Use To Survive
by Dale Nimmo
Have you ever wondered how our native wildlife manage to stay alive when an inferno is ripping through their homes, and…
Climate Watchdog Warns US Fracking Boom Leading to 30% Rise in Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 2025
Climate Watchdog Warns US Fracking Boom Leading to 30% Rise in Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 2025
by Jessica Corbett
This analysis shows that we're heading in the wrong direction and really need to slow emissions growth from the oil,…
Ice On Earth’s Rivers Is In Rapid Decline
Ice On Earth’s Rivers Is In Rapid Decline
by InnerSelf Staff
The amount of ice in the Earth’s rivers has declined rapidly over the past three decades, and the trend is likely to…
Nuclear Power Cannot Rival Renewable Energy
Nuclear Power Cannot Rival Renewable Energy
by Paul Brown
Far from tackling climate change, nuclear power is an expensive distraction whose safety is threatened by wildfires and…

POLITICS

Why It's Time To Lose The Climate Debate Labels
Why It's Time To Lose The Climate Debate Labels
by Candice Howarth and Amelia Sharman
While joint political pledges offer some hope that climate change no longer has to be a partisan issue, a look at the…
How To Answer The Argument That A Country's Emissions Are Too Small To Make A Difference
How To Answer The Argument That A Country's Emissions Are Too Small To Make A Difference
by Matt McDonald
After a recent foray into the debate over Australia’s so-called “climate election”, I received plenty of critical…
Politicians Not Markets Slow New Energy Dawn
Politicians Not Markets Slow New Energy Dawn
by Paul Brown
It is politicians, not economists, who stand in the way of wider adoption of cheap renewable energies across the world.
Lessons From The Hockey Rink Could Help Ontario Tackle Climate Change
Lessons From The Hockey Rink Could Help Ontario Tackle Climate Change
by Jennifer Lynes and Dan Murray
The Auditor General of Ontario’s recent report found the province’s current climate change plan is not based on “sound…
Investors Fight Back Against Climate Wreckers
Investors Fight Back Against Climate Wreckers
by Paul Brown
Investors are using their shareholdings to force polluting companies to change their ways and cut carbon emissions.
Big Rail Spends More on Denying Climate Change than Big Oil
by The Real News Network
A new study concludes that rail is the industry that's injected the most money into climate change denial propaganda…
To Win A Climate Election, Parties Need Ambition, Not Compromise With The Fossil Fuel Industry
To Win A Climate Election, Parties Need Ambition, Not Compromise With The Fossil Fuel Industry
by Marc Hudson
The UK will go to the polls on December 12 for the third time in four years. Climate change didn’t make waves in…
Scientists’ Climate Gap Is Narrowing
Scientists’ Climate Gap Is Narrowing
by Alex Kirby
A poll shows scientists’ climate gap is shrinking − between their work on climate change and their own response to it.

LATEST VIDEOS

The Rise Of Solar Power
by CNBC
Solar power is on the rise. You can see the evidence on rooftops and in the desert, where utility-scale solar plants…
World's Largest Batteries: Pumped Storage
by Practical Engineering
The vast majority of our grid-scale storage of electricity uses this clever method.
Hydrogen Fuels Rockets, But What About Power For Daily Life?
Hydrogen Fuels Rockets, But What About Power For Daily Life?
by Zhenguo Huang
Have you ever watched a space shuttle launch? The fuel used to thrust these enormous structures away from Earth’s…
Fossil Fuel Production Plans Could Push Earth off a Climate Cliff
by The Real News Network
The United Nations is beginning its climate summit in Madrid.
Big Rail Spends More on Denying Climate Change than Big Oil
by The Real News Network
A new study concludes that rail is the industry that's injected the most money into climate change denial propaganda…
Did Scientists Get Climate Change Wrong?
by Sabine Hossenfelder
Interview with Prof Tim Palmer from the University of Oxford.
The New Normal: Climate Change Poses Challenges For Minnesota Farmers
by KMSP-TV Minneapolis-St. Paul
Spring brought a deluge of rain in southern Minnesota and it never seemed to stop.
Report: Today's Kids' Health Will Be Imperiled by Climate Change
by VOA News
An international report from researchers at 35 institutions says climate change will threaten the health and quality of…

LATEST ARTICLES

The Rise Of Solar Power
by CNBC
Solar power is on the rise. You can see the evidence on rooftops and in the desert, where utility-scale solar plants…
World's Largest Batteries: Pumped Storage
by Practical Engineering
The vast majority of our grid-scale storage of electricity uses this clever method.
How Wildfire Smoke AfHow Wildfire Smoke Affects Pets And Other Animals
How Wildfire Smoke Affects Pets And Other Animals
by Stephanie Laura Bond, et al
Catastrophic fires across the globe are increasing in both frequency and magnitude. The bushfires in Australia, fuelled…
5 Ways Families Can Help Tackle Climate Change
5 Ways Families Can Help Tackle Climate Change
by Greg McDermid, et al
While many climate solutions require leadership from governments, we also need changes within regular households, which…
Geo-engineering Could Make Poor Countries Richer
Geo-engineering Could Make Poor Countries Richer
by Tim Radford
There is still no certainty that geo-engineering could save the world. But, paradoxically, if it did work it might…
Worst Marine Heatwave On Record Killed One Million Seabirds In North Pacific Ocean
Worst Marine Heatwave On Record Killed One Million Seabirds In North Pacific Ocean
by Tim Birkhead
A common guillemot colony on the Farallon Islands, California. Duncan Wright/Wikipedia, CC BY-SA The common guillemot…
Nuclear Power Cannot Rival Renewable Energy
Nuclear Power Cannot Rival Renewable Energy
by Paul Brown
Far from tackling climate change, nuclear power is an expensive distraction whose safety is threatened by wildfires and…
What Does A Healthy Diet Look Like For Me And The Planet?
What Does A Healthy Diet Look Like For Me And The Planet?
by Sean Beer
When it comes to finding a sustainable diet, there are many contradictions. A concept such as food miles can be helpful…